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June 2012 Sunday 10th June

Accordion Department 25th Anniversary Celebration

11.00am–6.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required

The accordion department presents a series of workshops with Academy students and visiting teachers — please email for further details. An afternoon concert will be given by Academy students.

Sunday 10th June Alumni Network Lunch

1.30pm for 2.00pm Duke’s Hall Tickets £40 by telephone only from the Academy’s Box Office, telephone 020 7873 7300

The high-point of the Alumni calendar; meet up with old and new friends over lunch at this annual event. We welcome all Academy alumni to a drinks reception followed by a three-course buffet lunch.

Monday 11th June Viola Masterclass

10.00am–1.00pm Henry Wood Room Free, no tickets required

With Garth Knox, internationally renowned violist and contemporary music specialist.

Wednesday 13th June

Ludmilla Andrew Russian Song Prize

2.00–6.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required

In this prestigious competition, vocal and piano accompaniment students perform their own choice of Russian songs and arias.

Wednesday 13th June Harp Showcase

7.30pm Holywell Music, 58 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH Free, call 020 7928 8451 to reserve a place

Solos and ensembles celebrating the rich heritage of French harp music.

Tuesday 12th June Recorders and Viols

1.05pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required

Ferrabosco I In Nomine no.2 à 5 Giovanelli For verie grief Bull Fantasia à 4 Ruffo La Gamba Tallis A solfaing song Bevin Browning à 3 Palestrina Sound out my voyce Phillips Pavana Dolorosa Baldwine Browning à 3 Giovanelli Ut re mi fa sol la du Caurroy Fantasia à 4 on Une Jeune Fillette; Fantasia à 5 Baldwine Cuckoo Ferrabosco II Pavan à 5

During the sixteenth century the practice of playing instruments in consorts became hugely popular, both for professional musicians and as domestic chamber music. In this programme of viol and recorder consorts, Italian madrigals and French chansons complement some of the earliest and most quirky English consort music — based around folk tunes, bird song and even sightreading exercises — all set alongside early-seventeenth-century masterpieces.

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